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Solving Problems at School

Parents sometimes need to talk to the teacher about concerns they have about their child's education. It could be about their school work, their relationship with other students, or their need for special education support. 

If you have a concern, or if parents at your school need support, People for Education has a Solving Problems at School tip sheet. It's available in 15 languages, and provides tips on talking to your child and school staff and strategies to help you advocate effectively.

Download our multilingual tip sheets.

Ontario's new sex education curriculum released

The Ministry of Education has now released the sex education component of the Health and Physical Education curriculum, which will be implemented in schools this September.

Read the elementary curriculum.
Read the secondary curriculum.
Read the parent's guide for grades 1–6.
Read the parent's guide for grades 7–12.

What do you think of the new curriculum? Join the discussion.

SmartSaver RESP Program

As part of an initiative to help lower-income families access the Canada Learning Bond and kick-start education savings for their kids, SmartSAVER launched a new online Canada Learning Bond application called ‘Start My RESP’.  Join SmartSAVER for an upcoming free webinar (see Events listing below for more details) to learn how you can help lower-income families access the Bond by using ‘Start My RESP’.


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EVENTS FIND MORE EVENTS

March 7 – Ottawa

The (EQAO's) School Support and Outreach Team is hosting a parent forum to provide information about EQAO's province-wide assessment program.

Read more.

March 13 – Online

SmartSAVER is hosting a webinar on RESPs and the Canada Learning Bond, with a focus on how they can benefit lower-income families.
 

Read more.

March 30-31 â€“ Kingston

Community Living Ontario presents Meeting the Diversity Challenge in the Classroom. The symposium will address how to make schools effective and inclusive. 

Read more.

 

April 16-17 – Richmond Hill

The Canadian Institute of Reading Recovery is hosting a national literacy conference, with keynote speaders Dr. Charles Pascal and Mary Fried. 

Read more.

March 26 – Burlington

The Learning Disabilities Association of Halton presents the 4th annual Solutions for Learning: Minds that Matter Conference.

Read more.
 

March 28 â€“ Toronto

TDSB's Special Education Advisory Committee and PIAC present Empowering Families Through Knowledge and Networking.

Read more.

May 24 – Toronto

People for Education's annual fundraising gala promises another great line-up of Canadian actors, musicians, and writers. Enjoy a great show for a good cause! 

Read more.

 

May 29-30 – Pembroke

The Ontario Association of Parents in Catholic Education is hosting its 76th annual conference and AGM, Poor No More

Read more.

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